Synonyms of total in English:

total


See definition of total

adjective

1‘the total number of casualties’

SYNONYMS
entire, complete, whole, full, comprehensive, combined, aggregate, gross, overall, composite, integral

2‘they drove home in total silence’

SYNONYMS
complete, utter, absolute, thorough, perfect, downright, out-and-out, outright, thoroughgoing, all-out, sheer, positive, prize, rank, pure, dyed-in-the-wool, deep-dyed, real, consummate, veritable, unmitigated, unqualified, unadulterated, unalloyed, unconditional, unequivocal, full, unlimited, limitless, infinite, ultimate, through and through, in-depth
unbroken, undivided, uninterrupted
British informal right, proper
archaic arrant
ANTONYMS

partial


noun

1‘lorries and merchandise worth a total of £160,000 were stolen’

SYNONYMS
sum, sum total, grand total, aggregate
whole, entirety, totality, summation, result

verb

1‘the prize money totalled £33,050’

SYNONYMS
add up to, amount to, mount up to, come to, run to, make, correspond to, equal, work out as, number
British tot up to

2‘my father totalled up his score’

SYNONYMS
add, sum, count, reckon, tot, compute, work out, take stock of

3‘he almost totalled the car’

SYNONYMS
wreck, crash, smash, destroy, damage beyond repair, demolish
British write off
British informal prang